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TROP-
TREP-
to turn or
response to stimulus
TROPH
nourishment or development
STOL-
STAL-
-STLE
to send or to contract
PROCT-
anus or recturm
STOM-
STOMAT-
opening or mouth
DERM-
DERMAT-
skin
LECITH-
yolk
PHYLL-
leaf
PHYT-
plant or growth
PLAS(T)-
to mold or to form (plaster)
THEC(A)-
case or sheath
TOM-
ENTOM-
to cut or section
(entom)=insect
ALG-
pain
ARTHR-
joint or speech sound or articulation
BI-
life
BALL-
BOL-
-BLE
to throw
to put
BRADY-
slow
CRYPT
hidden
DROM-
course or running
GE-
earth
HOD-
OD-
road or way
MNE-
remember
MORPH-
form
ODONT-
tooth
PHOR-
PHER-
to bear or to go
PLEX-
stroke
PLEG-
paralysis
POD-
PUS-
foot
UR-
urine or urinary system
URE-
to urinate
BUL-
BOUL-
will
CARDI-
heart
CEPHAL-
ENCEPHAL-
head
(encephal)= brain
CHONDR-
CHONDTRI-
cartilage
DEM-
people or country
GAM-
marriage or union
OPHTHALM-
eye
OST(E)-
bone
SOM-
SOMAT-
body
THERM-
heat
TOP-
place
ZO-
animal or living being
ACOU-
ACU-
to hear
AMBLY-
dull
ANTH-
flower
CHROM-
CHROMAT-
CHRO-
color
DACTYL-
finger or toe
DE-
to bind
DEMS-
ligament
ENTER-
intestine
ERG-
work (energy)
ESTHE-
AESTHE-
to feel or to perceive
GER-
GERONT-
old person or old age
GNATH-
jaw
GNO-
to know
GRAPH-
to write
HEPAT-
HEPAR-
liver
KINE-
CINE-
to move (kinetic)
LEX-
to read (dislexic)
MY-
MYS-
MYOS-
muscle (myosin)
NEPHR-
kidney
OSM-
smell
THE-
to put or to place
AMYGDAL-
almond or tonsil
ANDR-
man or male
ANTHROP-
man or human being (anthropology)
CHRON-
time (chronological)
CLAD-
branch
DYNAM-
DYN-
power (dynamight)
EME-
to vomit
GYMN-
naked or uncovered
GYN(E)-
GYNEC-
GYNAEC-
female
HELIC-
HELIX-
spiral (double helix)
HYDR-
water or fluid
IATR-
physician or medical treatment
MELAN-
black or dark (melanoma)
NECR-
corpse or dead tissue
OLIG-
few or scanty
PED-
PAED-
child
PEDIA-
instructions
PHAG-
to eat
PHIL-
to love or have an affinity for
POLY-
many or much
TARS-
in step edge of the eye
ACR-
extremity or summit
AMYL-
starch
BAR-
weight or pressure
BARY-
heavy
BLENN-
mucus
CYT-
cell
DIPS-
thirst
DREPAN-
sickle
ERYTHR-
red
GLYC-
GLYCOS-
sugar or glucose
HIST-
HISTI-
tissue (histology)
HYSTER-
uterus or hysteria
ICHTHY-
fish
IRID-
IRIS-
iris or rainbow
ISCH-
to suppress
LAPAR-
abdomen
LIP-
fat (lipid)
MAST-
MAZ-
breast
PHREN-
mind or diaphragm
PY-
pus
THANAT-
dealth
acanth-
thorn or prickle
AER-
air or gas
AUT-
self
BLEPHAR-
eyelid
CARCIN-
cancer
CHEIL-
lip
COL-
colon
COPR-
excrement
CRY-
CRYM-
cold or ice
CYST-
bladder or cyst or sac
DACRY-
tear
GASTR-
GASTER-
stomch or bellyof a muscle
HELMINTH-
worm
HETER-
other or different
HYGR-
moisture
MEN-
moon or menstruation
OT-
ear
PSYCH-
mind or soul
RHIN-
RRHIN-
nose
TAC-
TAX-
to arrange or to put into order
ACTIN-
ray
ARGYR-
silver
BA-
to step or to go or to walk
BROM-
stench or bronime
CHOL(E)-
bile or gall
CLAS-
to break
CRANI-
cranium
CRI-
to separate or to distinguish
CRIN-
to secrete
EURY(S)-
wide
HEM-
HEMAT-
blood
HIDRO(S)-
sweat
LITH-
LITE-
stone
MYI-
fly
OP-
OPT-
eye or to see
q
PROSOP-
face
ORTH-
straight or correct
RHE-
RRH-
to flow or current
SCOP-
to view
STA-
to stand or to stop or to fix or to regulate
STYL-
pillar
BLEP-
to see
COR(E)-
pupil of the eye
CRA-
to mix
CYAN-
blue
CYE-
to be pregnant
GALACT-
GALA-
milk
GEU-
to taste
GLOSS-
GLOT(T)
tongue or language
IDI-
one's own or peculiar or distinct
IS-
equal or same
LAL-
to talk
MEGA-
MEGAL-
large or one million
MOGI-
difficult
NE-
new or new and different from of
ODYN-
pain
ONYCH-
finger or toenail or claw
PATH-
disease or suffering or feeling
PEP(S)-
PEPT-
to digest
STERE-
solid or 3-d
PSEUD-
false
TELE-
after or operating at a distance
PHA-
PHAN-
to apear or to show
PNEUMON-
lung
POLI-
gray
MYC-
MYCET-
fungus
METR-
uterus
LY-
to loosen or to disslove
CONI-
dust
EO(S)
dawn or early age
ANGI-
vessel
MYEL-
spinal cord
ADEN-
gland
ARACHN-
spider
ASTR-
ASTER-
star
BLAST-
bud or germ or
embryonic cell
CHLOR-
greens or chlorine
COCC-
berry shaped organism
MENING-
membrane (meninges)
NEUR-
nerve
ORCH(I)-
ORCHID-
testicles
PAN-
PANT-
all or complete
THROMB-
clot
AGOG(UE)-
inducing the flow of or expelling
ARCH(E)-
ancient or beginning (architecture)
AUX(E)
increase
DIDYM-
twin or testicle
GYR-
circle or ring
HIPP-
horse
ISCHI-
hip
LEP-
to seize
PLASTY(S)-
broad or flat
MACR-
large or long
MEL-
limb
MICR-
small
NARC-
stupor
OMPHAL-
naval
PEX-
to fasten
PAG-
united
SAPR-
rotten
SIAL-
saliva
STHEN-
strength
TACH(Y)-
swift
UR-
tail
ASC-
bag